Prairie Wife Virtual Book Club: March 2024

Posted March 5, 2024 by Prairie Wife - 8 comments

It’s time to announce our book for the Prairie Wife Virtual Book Club: March 2024

This monthly Virtual Book Club is all thanks to Wind City Books, an Indie Bookstore in Downtown Casper, Wyoming.

Miranda from Wind City Books can ship you our book club book WHEREVER YOU LIVE, so please use the link provided below to purchase your Prairie Wife Book Club books.

If you’re feeling lucky, you can also enter the giveaway at the end of this post to WIN a copy of this month’s book. The winner will be chosen on March, 11, so the book will have plenty of time to get to you before our Prairie Wife Virtual Book Chat!

So, how does The Prairie Wife Virtual Book Club Work?

It’s easy (I promise) and available to ANYONE who wants to join.

You don’t need social media because we’re doing it all with Zoom!

At our hour-long Virtual Book Club meeting, we will heavily discuss this month’s book using the questions given below the review as a guide.



Here is the link for our TAKE TWO Book Club on April 1, 2024 at 7:00 PM MST

Don’t forget to enter our GIVEAWAY at the end when you’re done learning about our book choice for the month.

Where Coyotes Howl by Sandra Dallas

When I learned that this book was a love story about a Wyoming School Teacher and a High Plains Cowboy…I knew I had to read it! After all, that’s precisely how this City Girl ended up coming to Wyoming and staying!

Here’s what the publisher had to say about the book:

1916. The two-street town of Wallace is not exactly what Ellen Webster had in mind when she accepted a teaching position in Wyoming, but within a year’s time she’s fallen in love—both with the High Plains and with a handsome cowboy named Charlie Bacon. Life is not easy in the flat, brown corner of the state where winter blizzards are unforgiving and the summer heat relentless. But Ellen and Charlie face it all together, their relationship growing stronger with each shared success, and each deeply felt tragedy. Ellen finds purpose in her work as a rancher’s wife and in her bonds with other women settled on the prairie. Not all of them are so lucky as to have loving husbands, not all came to Wallace willingly, and not all of them can survive the cruel seasons. But they look out for each other, share their secrets, and help one another in times of need. And the needs are great and constant. The only city to speak of, Cheyenne, is miles away, making it akin to the Wild West in rural Wallace. In the end, it is not the trials Ellen and Charlie face together that make them remarkable, but their love for one another that endures through it all.


  • What do you think of the book’s title?
    • How does it relate to the book’s contents?
    • What other title might you choose?
  • Which characters did you like best?
  • Which character did you like least?
  • What was your favorite part of the book?
  • What did you think of the writing?
    • Are there any standout sentences?
  • How did the setting impact the story?
  • Did the book feel real to you?
  • Did this book remind you of any other books?
  • If you could ask the author anything, what would it be?


To enter the GIVEAWAY all you HAVE to do is let us know in the comment section below why you want to read our March 2024 Book Club Pick “Where Coyotes Howl”

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8 thoughts on "Prairie Wife Virtual Book Club: March 2024"

  1. Tom Jenkins says:

    BEcause it sounds like the life of someone I know well.

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      There may be some similarities!

  2. Michelle Elser says:

    It is a different genre than I am used to, so I’m looking forward to checking it out!

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      It’s not my usual genre either so I’m excited for the same reason!

  3. Raedel L Kellogg says:

    I love reflecting on our history whether it be fiction or nonfiction. I am excited to read this to be taken away to another time.

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      I love books for that same reason too!

  4. Stephanie Arrache says:

    This sounds like the perfect love story about our great state of Wyoming! And I because I love supporting Windy City Books.

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      I can’t wait to read it, and YES Miranda is amazing!

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